IBM Db2 - The Ultimate Database for Cloud, Analytics & Mobile
When:Sunday, Nov 4, 2018 09:15 to 17:00
Where: Neptune I
LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE PLEASE REGISTER ASAP ALLOCATED ON FIRST COME BASIS
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This training is designed to introduce the student to the concepts a test candidate must know in order to take and pass the DBA V11.1 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows certification exam (Exam C2090-600). The material for this course is aligned with the C2090-600 exam objectives. This session offers an intense, overall review of those areas that will be on the certification exams and is a lecture-only class with no labs. Participants are expected to have fundamental knowledge of relational principles in addition to applied working knowledge of DB2 11.1 features. The fundamentals certificate DB2 11.1, test number C2090-616 will also be covered during this class.
Introduction to Exam Preparation
Section 1: Database design
Section 2: Data partitioning and clustering
Section 3: High Availability and Diagnostics
Section 4: Performance and Scalability
Section 5: Advanced Concepts
This will be the last opportunity for customers to have chance to take this certification test on IBM sponsored laptops at IDUG! To increase your passing chance for C2090-600/616 participate in this workshop and take the exam!
Guy has more than 30 years experience with DB2. He worked for IBM as hardware engineer and later in the software support center and software services department. He is a leading expert on DB2 for VM/VSE (SQL/DS) and DB2 for LUW, with which he started when it was still called common server. He teaches many courses related to DB2 LUW and Infosphere Information Server. The past decade he also worked with Oracle, SQL/server and DB2 on z/Linux.
Sandy, I just discovered this post in my infrequent visits to the IDUG site. My question is: What/where is Neptune 1 as an event venue???
Did we record the session or any presentation?
These workshops are not recorded
Oh, that´s sad, I just found this group today when registered to a webinar of Db2 Night Show, would be amazing to record future workshops. Regards!